Computer generalist, percussionist, humanist, and dad. Sometimes also a computer-percussionist. I make computers work for people, and I'm lucky enough to do it for my day job. I like to help all kinds of people with technology stuff.
I enjoy coding, though I wouldn't call myself a hacker or even a great programmer, more a tool-smith for my work and hobbies. I appreciate the craft in coding and love to look over and admire other people's code.
📇My online business card is https://about.me/mikelockhart
🐘Mastodon AU, Hachyderm.io
💻Public SSH keys on GitLab.com
🔐Public PGP key 3CCA2E6EBCBE8795
🐙I also have a GitHub account
Do get in touch with me for meet-ups online and around Hobart (my timezone: UTC+10).
This user account is for non-work projects and contributions.
Most of the things here are the usual: blog and other web site projects, hacks to learn technologies, dotfiles, shell scripts and so on. I try to keep my work projects separate, though a lot of what I do for money is also Open Source these days. You'll find mostly incomplete work, but I do try to keep very good engineering notes, it's my most closely held Rule of computing: Rule 4: If you're exploring, keep a notebook or journal. GitLab is the ideal software engineer's lab book.
My personal web
Gathers all my geek things
Collecton of web hacks
Programming projects shared on the Net
Web projects published to milohax.net domain
Projects for setting up my computer environments
Plugin modules for the fish shell
Projects from GitHub mirrored as forks.
Dusty old projects are kept in here, where they may bitrot in peace.
|Password databases: updating master key
|Code Clubbing 2023
|GitLab Community Meetup February
|Learning DVCS Workflow - 3
|Tech projects at start of 2023
|GitLab Profile Multi-project Pipeline
|Personalised GitLab Profile page
|My Favorite Text Editor in the 2020s
|Python Environments (again!)